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PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBINGS. BUNYIP BE[?]KS' BUNGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBiNCS. liUNVir IiP.iKS' UL'NGLli There was a beautiful example ui josian justice at Uun^ip cu Friday of L\*l wccJc, vrbeu fuar cliajjc* of sly-grog selling wcr« preferred azaiusi a man uauicd Johu Mcesrs. nud a'AJecki-tt wid Bottnll, occupicd tho bcuch. H camo oul iu eviUcucc Ui-ii icr fotuo tiiuc past tho auihoriUis h.id bad su*])ic.ous Urn Elus, v.ho is an Assyrian, bad beeu ladling out ilhal liquor ut u house wli.ch ho occupicd near the towu. Ubc police determined to trap liiiu, and Ilevcnue-doteclivo Blake was u>M oil to do the dreadful deed. Dressed as a twagiuiiu, iSiake took a job of weed* i)<o ouiun# uu a farm close to Kllis's abode. In company with otlicrs, be managed to ga-u Uio tutrco to Kilia's caboose, and the allocution U i-hut whisky was served up to > Hie ih.ihtv 'U'' and bis cobbers. The up.>hot j was :bat the As-yr;;m was summoned before | the Bunyip IJiueh, ;j:i volnmino;is evidence vaa token lo sbuv,- that he bad bee...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COMEANAVADRINK. "NO-LICENSE" AT REDFERN POLICE RAID A SLY-GROG SHOP. Fines Amaunting to £150 Imposed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

"NO-LICENSrAT REDFERN POLICE RAID A SLY-GROG SHOP. Fines Aratunting to £150 Imposed. (From "Trulh'B" Sydney Correspondent.) Ag tho result of u polico raid ou Decem ber 21st, Margaret Cook, 33. was before I S.M. Clarko, at Ucdfern Police Court, on, Tuesday, chargcd with i&Iliog boar without, 1IARGAUET COOK. a license. George Cunningham, 35, wb* called upon to answer a charge of aiding and abetting the allied sly grog telling. On the morning of December 21, Constable Clifford, according to his evidcnoo, went U» Cleveland-street, Redrern, and saw Cun ningham at tho door. ilode-Uy, the con stabto, who is STILL RAW IN THE FORCE, askod for a drink, wherejipon Cunningham informed him he could not "givo him one— but that he had lots on tbo premises. Sub* frequently Cunningham relented and salds "I'll give you a drink." Tho young cop went inside and Cook was instructed to tut the beer flow, and this she did, but sh« refused to accept payment. . At .the time of Clifford's entry thore ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE STAMUM. AUSTRALIAN AGAIN VICTORIOUS! Bert McCoy Defeats Matt Wells. HUGE CROWB GREATLY WORKED UP. Londoner Wilts Like a Fading Flower! PACE, PUNCHING POWER, AND OVER-REDUCTION COMBINE TO WEAR OUT WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. (By "BOXER MAJOR.")' AT THE STAMUM. AU8TRALIM§J8T0RI0U8! Bert McCoy Defeats Matt Wells. HUGE CROWB GREATLY WORKED UP. Londoner Wilts Like a Fading Flower! PACE, PUNCHING POWER, AND OVER-REDUCTION COMBINE TO WEAR OUT WELLS. There waa another enormous assemblage at Rushcutter Bay Stadium oa Saturday eight, to witness what was looked forward to as likely to bo an extraordinarily exciting and interesting contest between the clever and wily London Hebrow, .Matt Wells, and that dashing, clever, and hard-hitting Vic torian, 'Bort McCoy. Wells had asked to be allowed to weigh out at coon at tot 101b, a pound outside the lightweight limit, and McCoy had agreed, though he ean easily make the 1351b him »elf. MATT HAD SHOT UP, after his match with Stone on November 29 last, till he went 11 stone in his singlet and pants; and he bad a tough job to reduco in the less than three weeks betwoen the mak ing of the match and its fruition. Neither he nor Manager Dave Levy, however,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

ANT1NEURASTHIN Treatment of .StERVOUS AND WASTING DISEASES. The wonderful properties of Antineuras thin (Lecithin in en absolutely pure form) for successfully treating all uerve maladies, j dyspepsia, anaemia., rheumatism, etc., and 1 • imparting permanent mental and nerre force, reflect tho latest and most important | jichieTements in medical science. One of the most important cf tho wonder- I ful results obtained by this treatment is that i Hot alone docs it build rp tb^ nervous sys tem by feeding the brain and nerve cells ; with their natural food element, but on | account of its beneficial actios upon the ! process of nutrition and upon the blood, the j .whole general health shows prompt improve ment, particularly in wasting diseases. A GUARANTEE. To every purchaser a full analysis is friren, and with every fhiprocnt an independent . analysis for Lecithin contents is made by a , oworn public analyst, and this affiin is do- ; olared before the British Consul-General, j Antineuras...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RUTHLESS RED RAVAGER. DR. BARRETT'S LAMENT: "Victoria Led the World in 1910—Why Not in 1914?" Facts and Figures Focussed—What Dr. Barrett Considers Should be Done. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

RUTHLESS RED RAVAGER. DR. BARRETT'S LAMENT: r J'Victoria Led the World in 1910—Why Not in 1914?'* Facts and Figures Focussed—What Dr. Barrett Considers Should be Done. Dr. 'James W. Barrett—a prominent inombor of the committee of medical experts appointed between two und threo years aeo to advise th© Victorian Government as to tho best methods to adopt lor the suppression or syphilis—■ laments the practical abandonment of tho campaign which was inaugurated by Dr. Hain m liUO, and which promised to lead the world m i;o up-to-date prac ticed it v. "Victoria led the world in 1010," says Dr. Barrett-, "ami t:u»:v is uo reason whv she siiuuld not Kud the world in ■lSl-l." There is certainlv no valid reason, but there i-> a iva>uu >.,;iuo reason that caust-d til.' praouo.u tliiini.^al oi l)r. Ham, the W«:or oi i.h,. campaign. Tho rea?on i> Puritanism. It was Puritanism m the person oi William Haslam lvl^ar. the then .Minister oi,' Health. who. after advising iJr. ilam to "go s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
INTERVIEWED BY "TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

INTERVIEWED BY "TRUTH." "Truth's" representative wont in Goodna on Sauirday. ami, through th-* courtesy of Dr. Kilerton. interviewed .Ion Allen, whoso ease is mentioned elsewhere in this issue. Allen is now ;iblo to give a rational account of the accident which happened on the Mount Mulligan railway construction. He I says the ganger. William Frilby, put the plug in. and then sang out, but before ho was fivo yards away tho ex plosion took place. Alkn, who in still suffering slightly from mental con fusion. hut otherwise rooms quite sane and rational, says that he does not recollect anything more until he was at tho Mareeba Hospital, and after that he knows nothing of tho man ner in which ho came to Goodna. Tho committal order states that he was ! suffering from mental shock, con ; fusion, and epileptic fits, but since ho has boon in Goodna bo ha? shown no ! sign of tits whatever. Tho only thins; which in apparently tho matter with hint is the trace of mental confusion and shod;, whi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Taking a Chance OF HANGING A MAN FOR "ASSAULT." THE CHRISTIAN LADY AND THE ELEVATED ELECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Taking a Chance OF HANGING A MAN FOR " ASSAULT." THE CHRISTIAN LADY AND THE ELEVATED ELECTOR. The Christian lady is all right in her place. but there are inany places where she is as much out of place ap a cat in a skittle alley, or a monkey in a two tip academy. One of the places where a woman is decidedly out of place is in the company of a strancre and drunken man, who is wobbling his way to a quiet spot where he can sleep off some of the jag he knows he has to cope with, and who. if he is not interfered with, is Jikely not to bother anyone. The woman who proposes to assist a drunken man. to whom she is alto gether unknown, is liable to make t;rave trouble for tHo man. and achieve con siderable notoriety for herself. This observation !s In general terms. The reason is {riven t'er it in the specific instance. * * On Monday a lady, of uncertain year? but of certain principles, was walk ing in ftowen-terrace. on the opposite side of the street to that occupied by a citizen filled to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE INVERSE RATIO. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

THE INVERSE RATIO. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent The name of Red Corn's new own who pdl<S £1000 for Mm, hat not yet hi announced. It is Interesting to notfl tl before , ho appeared on the raceeou Red Corn did duty In the plough (Sporting Item.) Oh, I tramped alonjr thn furrow?!, In tho d*\vy summer morn. And I ripped the rabbit burrowa For tho planting of tlu» corn; And J shook iny bin chain traces A« I swunp the heavy plough; But I'm wixuiius hurdle race^ In a bloomlus canter now! I couM carve a furrow fitralghtly Without any guidint; hand. As I stepped it out sedately O'er thfc rich red faUow-land. tbo harrows aha th* weeders I w;us u patent cow: ) But I'iri out 10 heuU tHo leaders When tho wiaijD^ ;ijv packing now) And as oVr th* jumps l'rr» ahilinc, l.iUo a ?cstlvf» buck, I And the Hold go tailing, taillnf*. , In p. sad dlM^ruiiUe-J ruck, ! TJiuro ar'tj rraitu'a toe of horses [ Wio'd Co fc«U«r In tb« ploushi

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Mt. Mulligan Minor. The Case of Joe Allen, BARBARISM A LA BULGAR. WOUNDED WORKER'S WRETCHED FATE. (To the Editor, "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Jt. Mulligan Minor. ■—$—;— ■The Case of Joe Allen, ! i barbarism a la bulgar. Wounded worker's wretched FATE. . _v '(To the Editor, "Truth.") Dear Sir,—Knowing tlio vast amount £>f good your paper lias done in the •past.,especially whore cases call for justice, i write to you, feeling sure thai the case ! am about t<» detail will rouse | {your over readiness to look into mat- i tors of thia kind. and deal with it on | it* merits. 1 am a working man, with- | *»ut intluence or m<>nt\v. but am inlly prepared and willing to help as best I ran, ami only ton piensod to be guided "liy your advice to >eeure justice for a man who, in my opinion, lias mot with Ueandalouj; treatment at the hand.*5 of •'the |towiT? tii;it hi'." Tho ease is tint of on.- ,b>e Alien, who was unfortunate i-noiiirh to lie injured in an explosion at Ml. Mulli;:.uv. but I have a long way to fco before I ran exp'ain. and hope th-it your patience will not give out before J'ou finish rea...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LIBELLING THE TELEPHONE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

LIBELLING THE TELEPHONE OIRL. Seeing that the public ii at ill tunes on tho side of a square deal, it is remarkabU that no champion has ever arisen to cotnbat the libellers of tbo telephono girl. Such a ebampioa would bare scant recognition from tbe jossers, jokers, or yahoos who, over tho noma de piumo of "City Merchant," "SuGer* ing Subscriber," and so on, writo indignant ! effusions to th* readily receptive dailk^ ou the blauky blaakyuess of the telephone sys tem generally, and the "Central" girls in particular. A3 with so many other subjects I which the "Abgooso" and the Syine paper [ allow irresponsible correspondents to play I with, the writers for the most part demon* ! strate au ignorance that justifies their being I taken by tli2 scrull of their literary necks | anil pitched into tbe waste-piper basket. t Liars, like sheep art gr«a i g.^arians. Let ouc Ananias act &s bcli-w ether, and he will immediately hav a (lock of the same dis reputable ilk to follow hi n. The ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ROYAL AWTI-FAT CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

ROYAL AWTI-FAT GORE. Kaiser Gor^e Emulate* Kaiser BiU: "Say nuffiu* and chop ■wood."

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FIGHT AGAINST FAT. Capitalistic v. Socialistic Enterprises. Wonthaggi Brickworks Doomed. Cruelled by Calloas Combine. Railway Commissioners' Puerile Excuse. A Mysterious Report—"Truth" Demands its Production. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

FIGHT AGAINST FAT. Capitalistic v. Socialistic Enterprises. Wonthaggl Brickworks Doomed. Cruelled by Calloas Combine. Railway CommiHsionors' Puorile Excuse. A Mysterious Report—"Truth" Demands its Production. In the one-sided struggle between Fat nnd Labor another cherished ideal in the shapo of a State enterprise luw been brought taniaUsingly near realisation, only to bo dashed to the ground, result ing in another viotory for the dividend drawing capitalistic crowd whose corn bines are more unscrupulous, unyield ing. and oppro^sfvo than ail the Labor caucuses that ever wore or ever will be. Ever since a start in socialistic reform w,vi made with the Stato coal mine at Wonth;iggi. it has been up against the omnipresent, omnipotent Coal Vnnd oc topus that juggles with the black dia mond trade of Australia as it pleads, blocking or driving out all competition by FAIR, MEANS OR FOCL, with the result that tho mine from which so much wx* hoped (or, as t-ho inauguration of a new era in th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HEWITT'S HOWLER. Atrocious Arrest of Edward O'Neill. DRAGGED FROM THE BOSOM OF HIS FAMILY IN THE EARLY MORNING. Identified by Inquisitorial Inspector as Convict Escapee. Hewitt Positive Despite Absence of Identification Marks, Castigation of Blunderers Demanded—Also Commensurate Compensation for O'Neill. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

HEWITT'S HOWLER. Atrocious Arrest of Edward O'Neill. DRAGGED FROM THE BOSOM OF HIS FAMILY IN THE EARLY MORNING. Identified by Inquisitorial Inspector as Convict Escapee. Hewitt Positive Despite Absence of Identification Marks, Castigation of Blunderers Demanded—Also Commensurate Compensation for O'Neill. j Like many another soven-dayy won ' dor. tho maro's nest that tho Omeo poliix> uuearthod tho other week—when they thought they had snared a man who had escaped from prison 12 years ago—is fast slipping from tho public mind. But there are at least two men who will oot forget it in a hurry— Xiovvitt, tho bungling polico inspector responsible tor tUe scandalous blunder, and Edward O'NeJl. who was ruthlessly torn, manacled like a dangerous lelou, from tile bosom oi his family, and who, after undergoing tho mental and physi cal torture attendant on his bcuig dragged trora prison to prison, was re duced to such a state of mind that ho was Inveigled into accepting a paltry £'20 iu reim...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TAKES HIS OWN LIFE. Alexander Shearer's End. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

TAKES HIS OWN LIFE. Alexander Shearer's End. ! Suffcriue from nervous breakdown aud ! the effects of insoiuu;u, a young man of 27, ' named Alexander Shearer, a resident of Mac-" nrthur-pluce, Carlton, ended bis life on • Tuesday by shootiuff himself throiigh • tlio j head with u revolver. At about 1 o'clock on j that day, be called at Mr. E; Cooney's gro- j eery establishment, at tbe corner of Rath* ' down and Faraday streets, and had a private conversation with ilr. Cooney in the fattcr's bedroom. Behind the clock on the mautel- j p ece of the bedroom was a loaded revolver, ! and no sooner was the proprietor's back i turned than Shearer seized the weapon, placed it just above his right ear, and fired. • in an unconscious aud bleeding condition he * was taken to tho Melbourne Hospital, where 1 ' U* died shortly afterward*. '

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"BUSINESS" AGENT IN BOTHER. Committed for Trial on Two Criminal Charges. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

"BUSINESS" AGENT IN BOTHER. Committed for Trial on Two Criminal Charges. John Kelly, a young man who, till r«- | cently, bus posed as a business agent, baring j an oflice in Lb* Temperance and General Huildinjjs, SwJiiHton an J Little Collins strccUi, was before the City Court Bcnch (ilr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., presiding) oo Wed nesday on two charges of imposition. The first count was tbut on December 22 be bud reamed the: sum of £5 from a Mrs. Bonnio Co»i:y and bad fruuJently conv.rLed tue same to his own us-J- Mr. W. Doria appear ed for (he defence. ilrs. Cocks, married woman, residing at 47 Atfncs-streel, Joiimout, said that ahe bad placed her boardin^-houso business in ac cused's bands for sale, and that on Decem ber 19 a mau named Doucjlus called upon her to inspect. He said be bad been seat by K«-ily, and, ufu-r goiuj over tbo place, ■igreed to purchase, and made an appoint* ment to meet her at Kelly's officc later on and pay a deposit. Witness kept the ap pointment, and mot both ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"ART" POST CARDS. Police Prosecution. Sou'tralia's Chief Justice Defines "Indecency." ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

"ART" POST CARDS. Police Prosecuiion. Sou'tralia's Chief Justice Defines "Indecency." (From "Truth'*" Adclaido Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Considerable interest, stimulated by in dignation, was manifested recently when the Rundle-sueot stationer, Crew Brown, was convicted in the Police Court, before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., of bavins *°ld to Sub-Inspector Priest certain post*cards of an iudeceut na ture. These post-cards that bad so shocked the siodest sub-inspector were reproductions of uo less famous art treasures than*' *'La Ctgalc," by Cbantsron; "Both of Psyche," by Cbevalier; "Bath of Venus," by God ward; and "first Pose," by Rondell; and the person adjudged guilty of the heinous crime of selling them was fined £10, which amount was afterwards reduced to £2, with the alternative of one month's imprisonment. Tho appeal against this conviction came be fore his Honor the Chief Justice in the Supreme Court ou Wednesday, and was dis missed, with £3 3s. costs, against the appel l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GAG AND SCREW. MODERN MEDICAL METHODS. Of Torturing Women. "SAVAGING" THE SUFFRAGETTES. "GOOD METAL" IN OLD ENGLAND YET, WHILE ITS WOMEN BRAVE SUCH BARBAROUS TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

! OSS AMD SCREW. MODERN MEDICAL METHODS. Of Torturing Women. ["SAVAGING" THE SUFFRAGETTES. "GOOD METAL" [N OLD ENGLAND YET, WHILE ITS WOMEN BRAVE SUCH BARBAROUS TREATMENT. There tire bohjq people who speak often 1 of tha "dtgeneracT" of Britons. A people! ;-.ro uot, however, "degenerate" when they j prouuce women so brave and courageous as aiv t-ho British "suffragettes." It is the fashion among some of tho wretched ••squibs'' of men and miserably paltry cymca who read of tho dcinija of the women in England, who are fichting, risking, and suf fering—at least ono of them having lost life— in ordc: that the sutfrage msv bo attained, •.'rrjvumen, to SNEER AT THE SUFFRAGETTES. Vet they should net ba sneered at; for in thorn is tho spirit cr' ruartyrs. They be iitve, end believe with an almost religious fervor, that they have a right to participate :n tho governing of tho country by mer.ns of tho vote, and they think that the achieve ment of the vote will give them great power, which the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WORM TURNS. S'AFRICA'S SHAMEFUL SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

SWIMS SHAMEFUL SLAVERY. f- (FROM SYDNEY " 111 UTIi," JAXUART IS.) In Kjmbcrley, and Juturg, too, the wcrker has beeu spurned, And. lik«3 the worm in stoiy-boo!:, the worker now has turned; 1)1 Besrs and Co. havo hedged and played the garao lor all its worth» Th© Jews in '"Jo" and Kiwbrricy they think they own the earth. The Kaffirs and the Chinamen, long down ihcso chaps have ground. They'vo heaped them in u prison, which they call "th? Great Compound"! And 'ero the Kaffir or tho Cnr*w outside the mine place halts Tboy give unto them o»:o nod all a lusty doso of salts, in cibo they've swallowed diamond one, or nugget number two, And ov&ry men from olT tho liand wi'J tell you this is true. Cut here forget the Bl?.ck Mid Chow—tbcy'ro not,. indeed, 10. blame: - The tfhitc man now has «;omo to light—tho man who plays the game— Of course ho wauls a living wage, wnilct Fat is on the tpree, Both in Joyful .Tcbur^ Town and down in Kimberley. The go!d aid diamonds como from there: ay...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DAINTY'S DOWNFALL. TEAM TROUBS IN TROUBLE. Performing with a Passenger. CASE FOUGHT STRENUOUSLY FOR THREE DAYS. "DEFENCE A CONSPIRACY OF TRAMGUARDS," SAYS SOLICITOR R. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

TRAM TROUBS IN TROUBLE. Performing with a Passenger. CASE FOUGHT STRENUOUSLY FOR THREE DAYS. " DEFENCE A CONSPIRACY OF TRAM GUARDS," SAYS SOLICITOR R. JONES. (From "Truth's" Sydney CorresponcJ^'nt.). An alibi which failed, after Loins 'J ported by tramway employees, wr.slr^sj^ou-; stblo for the down!' aH of a tramway 1 dour named Francis Dainty, tt tho Ctultr.] j l'olico Court, crt Tuesday. Tho first part j of the caao was hoard on ihc proviour. Tliurs-1 day. Dainty, who is a married man, 34 j years of ay-;, with a wifo and family living j at Aeacia-avcnuc, I'nnohbowl, v.au ehargfvl, | before ?Jr. Pjiytcn, S.M., with ti^iuf; indocent language lo n trninwuv p.i* "cnger turned Georgo Francis K;ig'r, in Oxl'ord-streyt, on (hu evening el' January 7. Mr. I'. Jones prosecuted, ami Mr. K. it. Abigail defended. Jiagcr, who is an art decoruUr living at 545 Dowling-atrect, said that on Wednesday evening, the 7ih insf.. ho was on a tram in O.xfbrd-atreet, bound for the roilv.-ay, wiih hia wife...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOMNAMBULISM EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

SOMNAMBULISM EXTRAORDINARY. (From "TrutYa" Sydney Correspondent.) 1 I Tho man who walked i:;;o a siuotchousj1 j in his bleep and wus caught carrying oil two I tides of bacon, was not nearly so much ci .-i . i freak as was an Auburn chap named WiN , liam Donald.'on on Now Year'o Eve. Ac , cording to his own showing, bo arrived in tho city with six thick 'uns* in his packer, • and, having irrigated hits awallow with fire-: wator, remembered no iiiero mini ho invoke, oil a vacant loi at Surry Hills with only air.1 pjjico in hi.- nocket. Tnxi-eali ih i\f;r Jo'm j Kranklyn supplied tfio missing chapter, which' ran lo tho effect that. Ililliain hired th* tax:,! and iode around tho city Mid b-'.burfjs in 1 grand etyl", giving his orders like an Oriental 1 l«j'<Mitat«** lo I'.wmont. to Auburn, nn«i' back ug:\m to Millar's Point, and th.ucf* t• > Surry ilills to havo a tmit'ter. Alas, that snifter did ii. liilliam wining the froth nff with his slccvo ai ho dodged out tlio back ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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